The challenge of designing an ‘ideal school’ brought out the collaborative skills of Second Year pupils as they worked in teams to address the many different considerations involved.
Several of our athletes competed in national cross country tournaments this month, after qualifying to represent Humberside due to earlier competition success.
A new Forest School programme at Pocklington Pre-Prep has been helping three to seven-year-olds to grow in confidence and self-esteem through hands-on outdoor play and activities.
First Year students developed their collaborative and business skills during an Enterprise Day focused on the opportunities and challenges of staging a festival.
Pocklington School hosted a day of rugby for over 90 under 18 players recently, organised by the Yorkshire Rugby Football Union, when the original venue for the day had to be changed due to flooding. Matches were played against Lancashire and Cheshire in a highly competitive tournament, which saw a quarter of players represent their respective counties for the first time.
First Year pupil Emily Marshall is the Under 13 Northern High Jump Champion after achieving a personal best jump which was 8cm clear of her nearest rival at the recent Northern Championships.